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Siu yeh (Chinese: 宵夜 / 消夜; pinyin: Xiāoyè), also known as yexiao (夜宵; pinyin: yèxiāo), is a late night meal in the food culture of Hong Kong, Taiwan, and some parts of southern mainland China. It comes after dinner, and is similar to supper. Mealtime may start from about 9pm onwards until 4am, which would be early morning yum cha time. It can range anywhere from a snack to a full-fledged meal. For people working late night shifts, siu yeh is also associated with their post-midnight meals.
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